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"Thoroughly enjoyed my experience,the team were totally professional and made me feel so at ease,and the end photos were perfect,de"

A Cut Above Catering

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"A Cut Above Catering was both very professional and the food and service was exceptional. We used them for a party for 50 people"

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"Removal Company were great when I moved my business. I called for some advice and they suggested that their man and van hire would"

Wolf's Hair and Beauty

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"I recently had my natural nails painted with gel nail polish. There was a good range of colours to choose from, and I was thoroug"

Man with Van Cowley

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"Dear Man with Van Cowley, you were interesting and I liked your hard work as well as your kindness. I wish to thank you greatly fo"

Cleaners Ruislip

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"During a house party, a cocktail got dropped all over my lovely carpets. But they said they’d pay for me to get it cleaned, becaus"

Kassam Car Sales

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"Swapped a car from Kassam cars in July 2014. Seemed ok as a straight swap. He recommended a mate of his to service it, was disappo"

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    Protest over 'torture ship' docking

    Dozens of people protest against the "outrageous" docking of a Chilean naval vessel, dubbed the "torture ship", in east London....

    Date: 29th August 2015 Full details

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    Sprinklers spoil Olympic Stadium bow

    The first game of rugby at the Olympic Stadium - which will host five World Cup matches - is delayed when the sprinklers come on....

    Date: 29th August 2015 Full details

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    VIDEO: Neighbour's shock at missing family

    Police have said they believe that a missing mother and her four children may be travelling to Syria....

    Date: 29th August 2015 Full details

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    VIDEO: Notting Hill Carnival funding squeeze

    Is Europe's largest Afro-Caribbean carnival facing a funding shortfall?...

    Date: 28th August 2015 Full details

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    Sports Student Kyran a Winner when it comes to Charity Work

    Sports student Kyran Thomson (centre) with children and adults in the Gambia who are now able to play rugby thanks to his support.A sports student has helped mastermind a campaign enabling children living in poverty in the Gambia to play rugby.Ky...

    Date: 4th February 2012 Full details

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    Budding music maestros awarded scholarships

    Three talented Hillingdon Music Service students have been awarded scholarships under a new London Mayor’s initiative. Violinist James Lynch, 10, trumpeter Charlie Young, 11, and pianist Eugene Rahbari, 10, will each receive up to four yea...

    Date: 4th February 2012 Full details

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    Council launches improvement plans in Ruislip Manor

    Hillingdon Council is rolling out its shop improvement scheme to help boost trade in Ruislip Manor after a successful introduction in the south of the borough.Retail specialists International Visual Ltd have already signed up many of the businesses i...

    Date: 27th January 2012 Full details

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    Six month curfew for benefit fraudster

    Following an investigation by Hillingdon Council, a fraudster who was found guilty of falsely claiming more than £26,000 in benefits has been given a six month curfew order.   Michelle Andre, of Kenwood Close, West Drayton claimed ...

    Date: 27th January 2012 Full details

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    Love your heart, love Hillingdon libraries

    Residents are being invited to take part in a host of events across the borough’s libraries to celebrate National Heart Month.   Hillingdon Council is organising a series of activities in its libraries during February to encourage ...

    Date: 27th January 2012 Full details

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    Hillingdon’s search for a superstar

    Hillingdon’s well known talent showcase is back once again, putting hidden talents into the spotlight.   Hillingdon’s Hidden Talent search is underway and the judges are looking to be entertained with a host of performances,...

    Date: 27th January 2012 Full details

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    Alert system allows thousands to live independently

    More than 5,000 older and disabled residents are living independently thanks to an alert system installed by Hillingdon Council. TeleCareLine provides a range of sensors capable of detecting falls, fire, carbon monoxide and floods that are monit...

    Date: 20th January 2012 Full details

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    Blue Badge cost maintained

    The London Borough of Hillingdon is maintaining the price for blue badges despite national regulations allowing for a rise. Hillingdon Council has decided to keep the cost of a blue badge application to £2 even though national regulations ...

    Date: 20th January 2012 Full details

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    Blooming good news for Hillingdon

    Hillingdon is one of only two London Boroughs chosen to represent the capital at Britain In Bloom 2012, it has just been announced.   Following the borough’s success at the London In Bloom awards earlier this year, when Hillingdon ...

    Date: 20th January 2012 Full details

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    Bogus booze leads to liquor licence loss at three stores

    A licensee has had his right to sell alcohol at three stores revoked after he was found stocking almost 200 bottles of bogus wine. Mr Karamjit Ajula was told by Hillingdon Council’s Licensing Sub Committee that he would no longer be able t...

    Date: 20th January 2012 Full details

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    Early years centre rated ‘outstanding’

    A Hillingdon Council early years and children’s centre has been rated ‘outstanding’ in all areas by Ofsted. South Ruislip Early Years and Children’s Centre in Queens Walk, South Ruislip was given the top rating following ...

    Date: 20th January 2012 Full details

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    Nightmare neighbour evicted

    A troublesome council tenant has been evicted after causing repeated misery and disruption to her neighbours.   Amy Franklin, 21, of Pantile Walk, Uxbridge, was ordered to leave the property following an application to the courts by Hill...

    Date: 20th January 2012 Full details

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    Environment Agency gives Lido plans clean bill of health

    The Environment Agency has confirmed that plans to enhance Ruislip Lido will not increase the risk of flooding in the local area.Now that the Flood Risk Assessment work is complete, the council will shortly be releasing details of the proposed enhanc...

    Date: 20th January 2012 Full details

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    Two-thirds of the public ‘opposed’ to HS2

    A new poll, which reveals two-thirds of the British public are opposed to HS2, the £32 billion high-speed rail scheme proposed by the Government, should sound the death knell for the scheme, said Ray Puddifoot, Leader of Hillingdon Council.The ...

    Date: 6th January 2012 Full details

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    Night shelter for homeless men to open

    The council is once again opening a winter night shelter for homeless men during the coldest nights of the year.The shelter, which is a result of close collaboration and joint working withsome of the council's key external partners and local chur...

    Date: 6th January 2012 Full details

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    Students Raise £1000 in Sponsored Sleep Out

    Students and staff from Uxbridge College raised more than £1,000 for the homeless charity Trinity by sleeping outdoors in cardboard boxes.The group took part in the third annual Trinity Big SleepOut, a sponsored event which attracted a tota...

    Date: 2nd January 2012 Full details


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